Art in Art by Maxim Ksuta
Born in 1971 in Moscow, Maxim Ksuta is a talented Russian self-taught artist. A creative person, an engineer, Maxim graduated from the Tsiolkovsky Aviation Institute (1994). Currently, the artist lives and works in Moscow. Meanwhile, his mosaic works consist of small photos of masterpieces of classic painters. And at a distance they turn into portraits of the artist’s friends. That’s why his creativity can be called art in art.
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Art in Art by Maxim Ksuta
Caricatures by Rodney Pike
American artist Rodney Pike is a humorous Illustrator with a big experience in fine art, graphic design and digital illustration. Rodney shows photo-manipulated Illustrations of all sorts specializing in photo-manipulated caricature illustrations. His humorous illustrations and political satire, are perfect decorations for magazines, books, etc. Meanwhile, Pike’s clients include world famous companies. In particular, FHM Magazine, Tennis Magazine, The Village Voice Magazine, Bauer Media, Miller Publishing Group, New Coast Productions and Catchphrase Entertainment. Also, Pike is a member of the International Science Community Association (ISCA) and National Association of Photoshop Professionals.
In fact, Pike became an internet sensation late 2010 when his outrageous and hilarious photo caricatures went viral posted to seemingly every blog. It wasn’t long before they started appearing in magazines such as FHM, Tennis and The Village Voice.
Drawings by Vasilj Godzh
Moscow based artist Vasily Godzh (Vasilj Godzh) has created a gallery of pen drawings, which, undoubtedly worth your attention. Vasilj Godzh graduated from Ulyanovsk College Of Culture. Meanwhile, the artist is currently living and working in Moscow. Using his favorite rotring pen as medi, he expresses what’s going on in his mind. According to Vasilj Godzh, he opens himself up to the events happening around him. And these events is his major inspiration. Russian freelance artist Vasilj Godzh performs work for foreign clients and draws a “linear pattern” for the soul. “A line is an object. When there are many lines — this is texture.”
Modern Japanese Painting by Yoskay Yamamoto
A self-trained illustrator, American-Japanese artist Yoskay Yamamoto has his own style of painting. He bases his art on a combination of two different directions – cultural urban west art with traditional and mythical Japanese elements. Born and raised in Toba, Japan, Yamamoto moved to the United States at the age of 15. A self-trained illustrator, Yamamoto’s artistic tastes expanded as he fell in love with the urban culture of the West coast. According to Yamamoto, he discovered a way to fuse the two different cultural backgrounds together into his work. In particular, Yamamoto nostalgically blends pop iconic characters from his new Western home with traditional and mythical Japanese elements. Meanwhile, balancing his Asian heritage with urban pop art.
Canadian illustrator Terry Fan
Born in the Canadian city of Toronto, Terry Fan is a talented young artist. According to his works, Terry prefers to work with ink and pencil. However, if necessary, he uses Photoshop in his work. Meanwhile, as a multi-faceted artist, Terry Fan also participates in several projects. In particular, he illustrates books, creates prints for t-shirts, writes and draws comics.
Sculptures by David Mach
Scottish sculptor and artist David Mach creates monumental sculptural installations made of different materials. For example using matches he creates familiar or fictional characters. Using, primarily recycled magazines, and everyday objects, from cars to canoes, he created vast spectacles, that were overwhelming. This series of his artworks is titled “Matchheads”, and among them are different characters from Charlie Chaplin to King Kong. David is a pretty well-known sculptor and artist, not only in Britain but also Europe. He is an art skeptic himself “I am suspicious of myself as an artist. I always ask myself what I am doing. Maybe I am slightly embarrassed to be an artist, so I can say, yeah, I am an artist – but I work really hard. I mean I am the kind of person who’ll go to see some show, and it’s two sticks held together with chewing gum. And they’ll tell you, “Well, he is a genius’ and I’ll think “No, maybe he’s not a genius. And there is a lot of that in the art world.
Fragile sculptures by Polyscene
Works by English artist Polly Verity – unusual sculptures covered with tissue paper, polypropylene or fiberglass. Her pieces range from a life-size fiberglass cow mounted to the side of a building in Edinburgh to delicate wire and tissue paper creatures just 4-5 inches tall. An accomplished paper artist, Verity also constructs dresses from paper and abstract sculptures. These cute, beautiful figurines are worth paying attention to. This is currently fragile, weightless, awesome creativity.